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HELP SAVE A LIFE - FREE CPR CLASSES OFFERED MONTHLY
Pembroke Pines Fire Rescue is proud to be offering free CPR classes to City residents, their families and friends. The AHA Family & Friends CPR Course teaches the lifesaving skills of adult Hands-Only® CPR, child CPR with breaths, adult and child AED use, infant CPR and relief of choking in an adult, child or infant.
Classes are offered on the third Monday of each month. Contact 954-499-9600 for additional information and to sign up. Class sizes are limited to 30 people.
This course is not for certification and does not provide a course completion card.
Access more information on this FREE class or any of our other CPR classes
Pembroke Pines Fire Rescue ALS Team Wins Again!!!
Pembroke Pines Fire Rescue's ALS Competition Team recently won the First Annual Miramar EMS Challenge held on October 15th, 2016. This invitational competition featured some of the best teams from Fire Rescue agencies in the area and as far away as Orlando. The competition was held in various locations within Miramar and featured a number of difficult scenarios with a multitude of serious patients to challenge the teams.
Congratulations!!! Your hard work and dedication exemplify the professionalism of our department along with the men and women who proudly serve to make us a Class 1 organization.
In the photograph are Captain Scott Gunn, Lieutenant Rolando Hernandez, and Lieutenant Ernest Spreitzer are seen here presenting the trophy to Fire Chief John Picarello.
Memorial Ceremony Honors Fire Chief Joseph Montopoli
Recently, the Town of Davie held a memorial service honoring the late Fire Chief Joseph Montopoli, who passed away suddenly on February 1st, 2016. Prior to becoming the leader for Davie Fire Rescue in 2007, Fire Chief Montopoli was a member of Pembroke Pines Fire Rescue and proudly served the citizens of Pembroke Pines for 25 years before retiring as Assistant Chief in 2005.
A short service honoring the life of Fire Chief Montopoli was held and his name was added to the Davie Police and Fire Memorial located within the Bamford Sports Complex in Davie.
This year's Santa's Express was an overwhelming success. Santa made 250 stops on December 12th - 14th with the help of Pembroke Pines Firefighters. Hundreds of children were surprised to see the fire engine arrive to their houses with Santa Clause, his elves, and of course, gifts.
Santa's Express is a wonderful event held each year and benefits a number of charities including Children's Harbor, Legal Aid, and Child Net. We also assisted 60 families within Pembroke Pines and local churches.
A Special Thanks to Santa and all of the volunteers who came out to make this another memorable experience.